About your Search

20091121
20091121
STATION
FOXNEWS 19
CNN 13
WMPT (PBS) 9
MSNBC 8
WETA 7
CSPAN 6
CSPAN2 6
WRC (NBC) 4
HLN 2
WBAL (NBC) 2
WBFF (FOX) 2
WHUT (Howard University Television) 2
WUSA (CBS) 2
CNBC 1
WJLA (ABC) 1
WJZ (CBS) 1
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 86
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 86 (some duplicates have been removed)
and obama's book. >> they ought to fact check-- >> you can't send a selective, 11 fact checkers for a book when they didn't fact any other book, what is it about sarah palin snfrnlt don't be against fact checking. >> i'm not. >> you're not in favor of selective fact checking? >> check any fact that's called into question. they didn't do it for the other books, didn't check any of them until her book. >> they should check them all. >> mark my words, oprah winfrey leaves her show in 2011 and sarah palin will fill that space and do you think the media wants her to run? no they don't want her to run i don't think she wants to run. judy's mention of her as soap opera. she's laughing all the way to the back. >> soap opera's sell. it appeals to a narrow niche of america. >> when you do $300,000 in sales the first day that's a big niche. >> almost what is it 1/10 of 1% of america. >> it's a lot of people. >> she's on oprah, she was oprah's hottest show. >> and barbara walters, she played it shrewdly. >> how do i get such a niche. i'll buy the book. >> all palin, all the time. >> and i had better b
with the governor. bill: you think obama is weak? do you think it's possible for victory in afghanistan? >> i do. it has to be. bill: are you comfortable with china owning a trillion dollars worth of u.s. currency? also, new information about the assassin hasan who killed 13 people at fort hood. geraldo has been investigating. >> you're hoarding gold in your basement is what you're doing? >> not in my basement. bill: glenn beck has financial advice for us. can't wait for that. caution, you're about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. fact checking sarah palin is this evening's "talking points memo" and i'll keep it short because we have a major policy interview with sarah palin this evening. did you know the associated press, america's largest news wire service used 11 reporters to check the accuracy of sarah palin's new book "going rogue." 11. barack obama has had two best-selling books. the a.p. did not fact-check either one. spokesman paul culper said senator obama
alaska governor, president obama's political group, organizing for america, is now waging war against her. now, according to abc news, they sent a letter to supporters asking for donations that will help them "push back against sarah palin who they call dangerous." it sounds loik president obama is -- like president obama is worried he may have some competition in the future. joining us with reaction it all of this, fox news anchor, analyst, kimberly guilfoyle and columnist s.e. cupp. ben nelson is going to go along with it. mary landrieu, according to jonathan karl, abc reporting, there is $100 million specific provision just for louisiana. i think she's gone. they bought her vote. prove me wrong. >> she got a much bigger bag to carry the loot. the $100 million on the taxpayers that we're going to have to pay to get this to go through. sean: can you imagine? they need her vote so bad they put in a provision just for louisiana. $100 million of your dollars. so the question is, is this not the moral equivalent of bribery? >> well, it is. it's pretty dirty stuff. but i'm hoping that -- ben
obama says it's a risk with rising debt so why is there talk of another multi-billion dollar stimulus and copenhagen's collapse, kyotkyoto's 2's bust, the global warming peaked? hello everyone welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm stuart varney in this week for paul gigot. the relaunch of sarah palin. the former alaskan governor and vice-presidential candidate took a book tour. fans hope it's the start of the 2012 presidential contest, whether or not she runs her populous appeal gives her enormous influence within the republican party. though she says the white house is not on her radar screen right now, she talked to fox's bill o'reilly, she thinks she has what it takes. >> do you believe that you are capable, could do the job of the president of the united states? >> i believe that i am, but that's not to say that i'm putting myself out there to campaign or anything else. >> no not to say that, but you believe that you're smart enough, incisive enough, intellectual enough to handle the most powerful job in the world? do you believe that? >> i believe that i am because i have
, president obama's political group, organizing for america, is now waging war against her. now, according to abc news, they sent a letter to supporters asking for donations that will help them "push back against sarah palin who they call dangerous." it sounds loik president obama is -- like president obama is worried he may have some competition in the future. joining us with reaction it all of this, fox news anchor, analyst, kimberly guilfoyle and columnist s.e. cupp. ben nelson is going to go along with it. mary landrieu, according to jonathan karl, abc reporting, there is $100 million specific provision just for louisiana. i think she's gone. they bought her vote. prove me wrong. >> she got a much bigger bag to carry the loot. the $100 million on the taxpayers that we're going to have to pay to get this to go through. sean: can you imagine? they need her vote so bad they put in a provision just for louisiana. $100 million of your dollars. so the question is, is this not the moral equivalent of bribery? >> well, it is. it's pretty dirty stuff. but i'm hoping that -- ben nelson did say t
. couldn't. he really failed. i think in some ways, people looked and hoped for obama would do the same thing. incredibly charismatic figure, that he could come to washington and overcome all of the forces of paralysis. and i think that disappointment you are seeing now among obama voters, you can see it creeping into a lot of the commentary is a concern, a deep worry that oh my god, maybe, and i say this with great sadness, he can't trump the system. >> rose: as good as he is, he can't. >> the forces of paralysis are just weighing him down. what are those forces, it is one of the things that really interest me today. first of all money and politics which is now so big that politicians either have to spend their time raising it or spend their time running from people who have got it and are trying to forcthings on to them no matter how small their interests are. second you've got the gerrymandering of political districts now that are so scientific that as they say politicians can to you choose their voters, not the other way around. you've got a cable television universal that really f
that president obama signed last january was way too small. the economy needs a second big infusion. conservative-leaning economists say no. they say it has been wasteful and ineffectual and harmful because it adds to the nation's debt. it says the legislation is helping an economy in a free- fall to grow again and shed fewer jobs that would otherwise have been shed. they say it is roughly on track. they want to avoid cutting teachers, police officers, and other workers. there is more on this story. we will read more but we want your thoughts on the need of a second stimulus package. we are asking you if you think it is a worthy step. you have an opinion on that, please call us. one more story -- this is talking about the jobless rate that was mentioned in the front- page piece. this is a bloomberg news story that you can find in "the new york times." it says that the unemployment rate fell in 10 states including massachusetts, where it declined to 8.9%, new hampshire dropped to 6.9% and west virginia which fell to 8.5%. the number of states with at 10% unemployment held at 14 last month. the sta
palin going one on one with bill o'reilly. >> barack obama a socialist? >> it scares me the road he has us on. not seeming to understand what it is that built up america's economic system. the free enterprise principles, the shrinkage of government, not the expansion, to allow the private sector to grow and to thrive. and to do what it does best. and our families, to keep more of what they earn so they can reinvest and prioritize instead of government doing it for them. which is a step toward socialism. so some of the steps we're taking economically right now, scare the heck out of me. bill: do you think he's smart? >> i think he's very smart. boeup -- bill: on sneft do you think -- honest? do you think he's honest? >> he has told us some things in the campaign. he has told us some things early on in his presidency that have not come to fruition. he was all about positive change. and i and i think a lot of americans are believing that the change that he's ushering in isn't necessarily positive. bill: a lot of people are very nervous about him now. he's not having a good time in the whit
is saying they're going to take a lot of the same campaign techniques that got president barack obama elected, a grounds war, an air war, a lot of use of surrogates to go out and bolster these members of congress who are willing to sort of stick their own next out for the president. >> karen, if just getting this procedural vote is kind of the perils of pauline right down to the wire, and we're learning about some senators we never heard of before who apparently have particular things they're asking for, does that mean that the rest of this process for two months -- that any time they want to get anything in or out of this bill it's going to be that question of can you get vote 59 or 60? >> and that's why it was so important to see what exactly what in harry reid's bill that he put in front of the senate. because every change is going to take 60 votes. going to have fights over abortion, fights over the government-run public option. there will be fights over how to pay for this thing just coming one after another. >> whether undocumented workers can use their own money to pay for priv
a lot of the same campagn techniques that got president back obama elected, a grounds wa, an air war, a lot of usef surrogates to go out and bolter these members of congress who are willingto sort of stick eir n next out for t president. >> kaen, if jus gettingthis procedural vote is kind of e perils f pauline right down to the wre, and we're leaning abt some senators we nevr heard of before who pparently have particular tings they're asking for, ds that mean that threst of this process or two months -- that ay time they want to get anhing in or o of this bill it's goin to be that qestion of can you get vote 59 or 60 >>nd that's whyit was so important to seehat exactly what in harry reid's bill that he put infront of the senate. because ery change is goingto take 60 vote going to have ghts over abortn, fights overthe govement-run public option there will be ights over how to pay for tis thing just oming one after another. >>hether undocumented orkers cause their own mony to pay for prive insurance under one of the plans. that's something whicis a big issu >> exactly. and there's impo
level clerk in the obama press office. haven't heard from president obama defending geithner yet. and the staff director, rahm emanuel who would love to have geithner's job and called him 105 times earlier this year to tell geithner what to do. emanuel would love to take that position. the silence from the white house is deafening. let's do a little pro and con on the tim geithner story. here we have former gsa administrator. we have rueter's money and politics columnist and blogger. we have our friend mark walsh, host of the sirius radio show "left jab." we also have "the wall street journal's" steve moore, co-author of "the end of prosperity." mark, there's so much here that i really love. i want to start with this thought. mr. geithner is claiming credit to the success that the financial system has improved. and i agree, the financial system has improved markedly. but here's what i don't get, mark. what did geithner have to do with that? the heavy lifting, all the t.a.r.p. money was done in the fourth quarter of last year under george bush and henry paulson. the first trillion
it. health care leaves the senate station. the top of the show tonight. >>> plus president obama has his chin out on just about every hot issue out there. health care, terror trials, job losses, even the breast cancer report. he is exposed and vulnerable. liz positively numbers are dropping. is he just too darned intellectual? too much the egg head? why did he bow to that japanese emperor? why did he pick tim geithner to be his economic front man? why all of this dithering over afghanistan? and who thought it was a wonderful idea to bring the killers 9/11 to new york city? the media capital of the world to tell their story? is obama channeling adlai stevenson? and 46 years after the jfk assassination, sunday is the anniversary. we are still learning fascinating details in the frantic hours after the shooting. the author of a new book on the kennedy assassination joins us tonight. don't miss it. also for someone who claims she is forsaken vengeance, sarah palin was pretty vengeful in an interview with the christian broadcasting network? is she irish? bigger question. is she qualified
isaying they'rgoing to take a lot of the same camign techniques that got president arack obama elected, a grounds wr, an air war, a lot of us of surrogates to go out and bolst these members ocongress who are willing o sort of sticktheir own next out forhe president. >> kren, if jut getting this procedural vote is kind othe perils of pauline rght down to the ire, and we're learning out some senators we neer heard of before whoapparently have particular hings they're asking for,oes that mean that e rest of this processfor two months -- that ny time they want to get aything in orut of this bill it's going to be that uestion of canyou get vote 59 or 6? and that's why it was so important to s what exactly what in hrry reid's bi that he put i front of the senate. becausevery change is goin to take 60 vots. ing to have fihts over abortion,fights over the governme-run public option. there will be figs over how to pay for ths thing just cming one after another. >> whher undocumented workers can ustheir own money to pay for private surance under one of the plans. that's something which is big is
, constantly hammering crist's support of the stimulus package. last month, he said he didn't know obama was in the state when e-mailed show he did and now his fund raiser is under investigation for stealing up to a billion dollars in a ponzi scheme, putting crist further on the defensive. >> i think he has a serious credibility crisis that he is trying to address. he is a desperate candidate. desperate people do desperate things. for us, it's not a problem. >> the governor is endorsed by the national republican senatorial committee but because of rubio's recent momentum, crist added a new campaign manager and communications director and is finally counterattacking, targeting rubio's record as house speaker, charging he is not the conservative purist he proclaims to be. the bigger war chest belongs to the governor with $6 million, so far, rubio has raised $1 million. rube yo has made the cover of the national review just when the endorsement for the conservative club for growth and also has the support of the tea party movement. for months, the crist campaign avoided talking about rubio
think at disappntment you are seeing now among obama voters, yocan see it creepingnto a lot of the commentary is a ncern, a deep worry that oh my god, mae, and i say this with eat sadness, he can trump the system. >> rose: as good as he i he can't. the forces of paralysis are just wghing him down. what are those forces, its one the things that really interest me toda first of all money and politics which is noso big that politicia either have to spend the time raising or spend their ti running from peoplwho have got it and are ying to force things on to them no matter how small their interests are. second you've got the gerrymdering of pitical districts now at are so scientific that as they say liticians can to you choose their vers, not the other way aund. yove got a cable television universal that really fractur the potical spectrum and empowers some of the loudes most extremeoices. u've got an intnet at its best rlly opens the world for new voices, chalnges elitesand establishmen but at its worst rely can spread extremist ias i think in a veryangerous way. and lastly, o
in brussels urged iran to reconsider, and hence the talk by president obama and others this week about the possibility of new sanctions. what kind of measures and when, that is our "lead focus" tonight. weeks after iran disclosed the existence of this once-secret nuclear facility near the holy city of qom, in brussels today representatives of the world's major powers pressed iran to accept a plan to curb its nuclear ambitions. the six countries released this statement -- we urge iran to reconsider the opportunity offered by this agreement and to engage with us in dialogue and negotiations. on wednesday, iran appeared to reject an international proposal that would require it to ship uranium overseas. the idea is to ensure that iran is using uranium for peaceful purposes. yesterday, president obama issued this warning -- >> we have begun discussions with our international partners about the importance of having consequences that the dual track approach requires iran to get a clear message, that when it fails to take advantage of these opportunities, that in fact, it is not making itself
a powerful media empire and helping get barack obama elected president? >>> and later, the comedians react to "going rogue." it's been an easy week for the writers of late night comedy. in the south. i'll never forget. it used one tank of petrol and i had to refill it twice with oil. a new car today has 95% lower emissions than in 1970. exxonmobil is working to improve cars, liners of tires, plastics which are lighter and advanced hydrogen technologies that could increase fuel efficiency by up to 80%. ♪ love hurts ♪ love scars ♪ love wounds... - announcer: before you ever love it... - ( tires screech ) ...the nissan altima goes through over 5,000 tests. no wonder j.d. power and associates... - ♪ ooh, love hurts - ...ranked it highest in initial quality. the new nissan altima. quality you can love. ♪ ooh, love hurts. >>> still ahead on "countdown" -- the mega star of daytime television calling it quits after 25 years. how will we progress as a society without oprah winfrey telling us what to do next? >>> sarah palin might like a shot at being the new oprah, but if she wants to hav
it was too late. president obama's job approval rating has hit a new low. 46 percent of americans now disapprove of the job the president is doing. i see what is happening it is both. 46 percent approve and 46 percent disapprove . that is down from june. the president's disapproval rating dipped below the 50 percent of the gall up poll. nato is close to finalizing a deal with the obama administration to send more troops in afghanistan. 3,000 to 7000 troops being be headed there once president obama decides on a strategy for the war. a fox new poll finds that 52 -- 42% support sending the troops there. >> a sentencing the leader of the plot to blow up the sears taur 14 years in prison. he was convicted of conspiring to send to al qaeda ask waging war in the united states. sentencing will be 5-8 years. the sears tower was renamed the willis tower. >> big bang machine back in action . 10 million atom danger suffered severe damage because was a electrical fault and then a bird draped a baget in a value. since it was repaired it was turned on for the first time yesterday. they are ready fo
, like the devil hates holy water. >> but can a handful of renegade democrats kill president obama's dream of health care overhaul. >>> more cancer confusion. first it was mammogram guidelines. now women face new recommendations on when to be screened for cervical cancer. who really wins with a new screening advice, women or the health care industry? >>> also, student uprising. >> this is what democracy looks like. >> university students in california stage a campus takeover to protest soaring tuition costs. >>> and thanks for joining us tonight. the health care overhaul is about to face a critical test vote in congress. the senate will be in session tomorrow. that's right, a saturday. not just any saturday, but the saturday before the thanksgiving holiday. the fact that they're not already heading home for the holiday is a sure sign of the pressure democrats are feeling to push the health care overhaul through before the end of the year. today democratic leaders were desperately trying to secure support from members of their own party. dana bash has the story. >> reporter: behind
that at the white house, they are monitoring the debate closely. you can be sure president obama is being very much kept up to date on the debate and the vote count going on on capitol hill. per happens to increase the pressure to get the ball rolling in the senate, the white house released a statement of administration policy last night. it lays out clearly, the president's position on the bill. i'll read it to you in part. the administration strongly supports senate passage of the patient protection and affordable care act that represents a critical milestone in the effort to reform our health care system. in an interview with cnn, president obama said he was confident that congress will succeed at the end of the day in passing some form of health care reform. at the end of the day today, we will have an indication. this isn't the end game. we'll have an indication if president obama is one step closer to or away from achieving the number one priority. >> thanks so much, from the white house. it will be interesting to learn over the next couple days how hard the white house is campaigning to try
, even though more than half of u.s. states added jobs in october. and president obama's approval rating is below 50% in two major polls. gallup says the president's approval is at 49% down from 68% when he first took office. i'm joined now live from washington by the white house reporter for "the washington post." good morning, ann. >> good morning. >> let's get to what gallup says about the numbers saying it is not a statistical development because the approval has already been at or near 50%. however, it is a symbolic development. >> it's been drifting down, his approval ratings pretty much ever since he took office. it's kind of no surprise that eventually it was going to tick down below the 50% mark. it's kind of like the unemployment rate. we knew it was going to rise above 10% but when it did finally it actually mattered. we're seeing that happen. the white house of course is going to downplay what this really means. i think it's almost natural for any president in office a full year with also having the control of congress for the public to be wary but it's not a good development
the other way as well i think. >> governor spitzer, on this issue of fiscal conservatism, president obama tried early on to define health reform as the fiscally responsible necessary thing to do. and, in fact, this is the biggest effort at health care cost control ever. you see that reflected in the effect it's supposed to have on the deficits. is part of the reason this has been so hard politically, because that fiscal responsibility message got dropped? >> i don't think they've dropped it intentionally. i don't think anybody believes it. everybody sees the $900 billion, $1 trillion tag over ten years and says it won't increase the deficit. i don't think people believe that because every time in the past there's been an effort to control the growth of health care spending it's failed. i think most of the controls here kick in five, six years down the road. people don't really believe that element of the bill will play out as they're saying. having said that, i think there's enormous public support for health care reform. i doesn't think any democrat and i think each of these two senators
which is what obama wants. david: mike? >> your private health insurance company has a commission within it. right? you don't know who they are. people who are making decisions about what that insurance company will and will not cover. and they can get between you and your doctor. my wife had a knee injury. her doctor said physical therapy will fix it. the insurance company disagreed of we had to have a big argument about it. david: the question is whether you will have more of it under a nationalized health care. you can't add 31 million more people to a health care system with a finite number of doctors, nurses and hospitals without more rationing. >> we don't have real free enterprise in health care today. we have it in parts of it. that's the reason why you don't get increased supply of health care. that's what you want, not rationing what exists but having more of a supply of health care. and governments never are able to do that. that's why you start by having competition on insurance. write live in new jersey family policies cost $15,000. go to pennsylvania, get a similar policy f
atrocities as the obama administration of doing. -- guilty of the same thing as charles says the obama administration is guilty of doing. >> what is its civilian court first khalid sheik mohammed -- why is it civilian court for ksm? >> if you can lay out the evidence -- this guy was not admitting in open court that he did this, but when all over guantanamo saying that he did this. if you have a trial that shows the world that the calculated disregard for life that he was responsible for, you may in a system of justice that is a model of something to show the world. >> how do you keep waterboarding out of this truck is prejudicial? -- out of this trial is prejudicial? >> i don't think you can. charles is trying to apply logic something that doedefies logic. it is about the symbolism. in this complicated or whatever, we are holding on to a little shred of the -- rule of the. this complicated war on terror, we are hold onto a little shred of rule law. >> if the idea is to show the world the superiority of our system and rule of law, how can you have eric holder asked in the hearing what i
: as president obama struggles over afghanistan, echoes of his dilemma from the anguish of another president four decades ago. >> not a damn human thinks that 50,000 or 100,000 or 150,000 are going to end that war. >> moyers: stay tuned. >> from our studios in new york, bill moyers. >> moyers: welcome to the journal. our country wonders this weekend what is on president obama's mind. he is apparently, about to bring months of deliberation to a close and answer general stanley mcchrystal's request for more troops in afghanistan. when he finally announces how many, why, and at what cost, he will most likely have defined his presidency, for the consequences will be far- reaching and unpredictable. as i read and listen and wait with all of you for answers, i have been thinking about the mind of another president, lyndon b. johnson. i was 30 years old, a white house assistant, working on politics and domestic policy. i watched and listened as l.b.j. made his fateful decisions about vietnam. he had been thrust into office by the murder of president john f. kennedy on november 22, 1963- 46 years ago thi
're getting a lot of people calling. >> reporter: lincoln holds the power to stop president obama's top priority in its tracks or let it proceed. she's got a tough re-election battle next year in a state obama lost in 2008 by 20 points. and conservative voters now worry the health care bill spends too much and gives too much power to the government. democratic leaders are well aware of her political pickle but try to pressure her with this argument. >> i would say to senator lincoln that i believe most people in arkansas will be relieved and happy to see health care reform. i think the failure to pass a bill is not good for america, it isn't good for any of us in congress or those standing for re-election. >> reporter: another democratic senator who hasn't formally announced her vote is mary landrieu of louisiana. aides released these photos to cnn, showing her working with staff, going through the 2,000-plus-page health care bill. one thing she'll find is this, a sweetener democrat leaders added to help persuade landrieu -- $100 million in medicaid assistance she's been trying to get f
? president obama answers the criticism about his weight. a 9-year-old girl takes the wheel of a van. why it may have saved her family's life. one day he' be a grandfather. one day she'll walk down the aisle. one day they'll worry about their kids. at st. jude children's research hospital, we're fighting for the future of children in communities across america. we've changed how the world treats brain tumors, sickle cell, and leukemia. and no child is ever turned away because a family can't pay. at st. jude, our research today could save the life of a child you know tomorrow. we never stop looking for cures for any child. ever so if you have healthy children, give thanks give thanks. give thanks. da las gracias. give thanks for the healthy kids in your life. and give to those who are not. go to stjude.org or shop wherever you see our magnifying glass. >> a maryland lawmaker enlists police and their helicopter in an enal ran ruse. >>> it is not just a catchy phrase. it is how people are protecting holiday shoppers in our area. why it can help you from becoming a victim. >>> a dangerous poi
engagement, in schools, i love seeing the children say, if barack obama can do it, i can do it, too. i love that. and this is the time to plumb the depths of that. i feel a lot of apprehension in this room, i feel a lot of somewhat angst in this room but i want to feel some joy in this room, we are african people in the united states at the right time. [applause]. >> okay, we're going to now take as many questions as we can take. we have 10 minutes left and we'll ask our panelists to respond at the end, we'll try and see if we can at least get three or questions in. >> reverend benson from arlington, virginia a minister member of the national council of the present teary here in -- pez terry in factor detective. as we try to right the wrongs of the inequities we see, i would like to ask all of us assembled here and members over congress that we be cautioned as we move forward to promote the efforts for advocacy for our people and people of color, we do so on a position that supports our president, and his administration, as opposed to being on the opposite end. saying that... drawing on the
to 445203. >> president obama's controversial former pastor comes to the state of maryland. >> he is talking to local members of the naacp and it had sparked a lot of debate. >> myranda stephens is live in glen bernie we the story. myranda? >> jeff and karen, most of us are used to siega fired up jeremiah wright. but the man we saw tonight here in glen burnie was a rather subdued refer are rented wright. >> we can never let our children or our grandchildren forget. >> the key note speaker for the arundel county naacp annual banquet. best known for being president obama's former pastor that made waves during the campaign with controversial sermons about politics and race. it sparked a lot of criticism from some in the community. including one delegate boycotting the event. but for the hundreds that came, said they are were here because they wanted to hear from the man in person, and not in sound bites. >> everything is taken out of context for people. and unless you hear the whole conversation, everybody could have said something that means something else. >> the focus is about the people bei
to put people back to work. >> the estimate thing? >> this is a side issue. >> president obama brushing off reports of nearly 80,000 bogus stimulus jobs created or saved. but when it comes to bad accounting for business, you're out of business. bad accounting on your i.r.s. form, you're out of luck. bad accounting by the government? no problem. eric, you say this is hypocrisy at its worst? >> total political hypocrisy. a side issue? a side issue? you're talking about 60,000 jobs that you fakely created. >> fakely? >> that's a word. >> all right. >> you're talking about $6.4 billion spent in 440 congressional districts that don't exist, a side issue? president, you've gone after wall street. listen. if people are doing things wrong on wall street, i'm all for it, get rid of them. but don't call spending billions of dollars of our taxpayer money and losing it or being less than transparent on it a side issue. brian: the reports are that there are 80,000. eric had it. he was underestimating. 80,000 bogus jobs. a side issue? >> it's 10% of the jobs reported. the way that the jobs are being
care, president obama still pushing for cap and trade and more stimulus. then he tells fox news we got to cool it on the spending or we'll have a double-dip recession. >> did you just double-dip that chip? >> excuse me? >> you double-dipped the chip. >> what are you talking about? >> the president's talking the talk. but if he doesn't start walking the fiscal walk, will he march the economy off a cliff? plus, forget keg parties on college campuses. are tea parties about to go scholastic? >> i want you off this campus at 9:00 monday morning! >> states so desperate for cash they're look at taxing college students. if it stops kids from going to college, will the country and the job market be set back generations? all of that. and now the government is starting to regulate christmas gifts? another "cashin' in" expose. why new rules could make one of the most popular gifts virtually worthless. your money, your life, your show to stay ahead of the game. "cashin' in" starts right now. >> all eyes on the vote. the senate deciding today if we're going to take the final step towards government-
of people calling. >> reporter: lincoln holds the power to stop president obama's top priority in its tracks or let it proceed. she has a tough re-election battle in a state obama lost in 2008 by 20 points, and conservative voters now worry that health care bill spends too much and gives too much power to the government. democratic leaders are well aware of her political pickle, but try to pressure her with this argument. >> i would say to senator lincoln i believe most of the people in arkansas would be relieved and happy to see health care reform. i think the failure to pass a bill is not good for america. it isn't good for any of us in congress or those standing for re-election. >> reporter: another democratic senator who hasn't formally announced her vote is mary landrieu of louisiana. aides released these photos to cnn showing her working with staff, going through the 2,000-plus page health care bill. one thing she'll find is this, a sweetener democratic leaders added to help persuade landrieu. $100 million in medicaid assistance she's been trying to get for her home state of louisiana,
can't live with that. >> reporter: the obama administration said it urges quick action on the landmark bill prodding the senate to keep on moving with the holidays around the corner. democrats want to start the debate after the thanksgiving break. the president is hoping to have a bill to sign at the end of the year. >> now, the senate plan would require most americanto carry insurance and would also require large firms to pay if it didn't pay. >> two state troopers were injured after a lengthy police chase that started in prince george county and ended in baltimore county. they tried to pull over a vehicle, but they were not able to stop him until he reached the tunnel on i-95. they had to use tire deflation devices. the state troopers were injured when their cars swiped each other during the case. >> it's fortunate more people weren't injured. we know it inconvenienced most riss, but it was a large crash scene. the roadway had to be closed while we cleaned it up. >> the suspect is a 30-year-old man. he's expected to be charged later tonight. >>> a story in northwest d.c. fire crews f
, think of president obama? >> well, i think that there are two different kinds of people in iran. there's a regime which i think's been deeply rattled by his whole strategy of opening his hand to friendship to iran, and the regime doesn't know how to handle this. they're used to being part of the axis of evil under george bush. now there's an administration in washington that wants to reach out to them. and i think for that reason, it was very difficult for obama to support the pro-reform people because the big game for him is to try and get somewhere on the nuclear front and helping and supporting the pro-reform people is going to undermine -- >> the reformists, do they like president obama? >> well, what we know as reform and what they have as reform is very different. the prime minister under khomeini, he's a khomeini loyalist. he's a loyalist to khomeini's revolution. even if he were to get in, even if they got rid of the current president, i don't think we'd see a radical change in the way iran is run. >> this outreach to iran by the new u.s. president and others to try to deal wit
breaking news. i'm fredricka whitfield. "your $$$$$" starts right now. >>> what did president obama bring home from his trip from asia? answers for the economy, a solution for 10% unemployment? >>> the great goldman sachs apology or was it? find out what the trading giant regrets and whether $500 million for small business will buy goldman any good will. >>> and country super star tim mcgraw, 40 million records under his belt. this southern voice wants to sell 40 million more and make movies, too. lights, camera, action. it's time to talk "your $$$$$." >>> like christine says, president obama is back from that busy asia trip but did he come back with answers for your economy? on the floor from the chicago board of trade. >> i'm christine romans here in new york, ali, no stop in the president's trip was more critical than china. the first time a u.s. president visited that country during his first year in office. just how critical it is to work together to battle the global recession. >> as president whu indicated w discussed what is required to sustain this economic recovery so that econo
, president obama's former pastor called a racist by some is being a speech right now. roz plater joins us with more on the controversy surrounding his appearance. >> reporter: he has been out of the tional spotlight for a year or so but he is still sparking debate. hateful e-mails and even tonight a boycott. and on the night of celebration, there was even extra security. a lightning rod for controversy, the reverend jeremiah wright is the keynote speaker for the naacp and his very presence is stirring things up. the civil rights group got men menacing e-mails. one of the e-mails i got was saying be careful because it makes people take things in their own hands. >> reporter: one state delegate is -- [ inaudible ] i oppose mr. wright's views and disappointed he was selected to receive this honor. it distracts away from the good men and women receiving awards and has hurt the financialability to raise funds for scholarships. but the organization's president stands by the choice saying members wanted to hear from the man himself without the filter of the media. >> there were some sound bites
week president obama seemd very confident and very optimistic that the congress will succeed. listen here. >> i remain confident that we are going to get this done and we're going to have a bill that reduces our deficit, bends the cost curve, covers millions of people who don't have health insurance right now and for people who do have health insurance makes their insurance more secure. i'm absolutely confident that we're going to get that done. >> and pumping up the pressure maybe a little bit more the white house released a statement of administrative policy last night and makes very clear how the position of the president, i'll read you what it said in part. it says the administration strongly supports senate passage of the patient protection and affordable care act which represents a critical milestone in the effort to reform our health care system. also, fredricka, other than what you mentioned they are calling for urgent action on this bill, in the statement, it also points out that they say they call the public option, the very controversial public option one of the best ways
in a state obama lost by 20 points. conservative voters worry the health care bill spends too much and gives too much power to the government. democratic leaders are aware of the political pickle and pressure her with this argument. >> most the people in arkansas will be relieved and happy. the failure to pass the bill is not good for america or any of us in congress or those standing for re-election. >> reporter: another democratic senator who hasn't announced her vote is mary landrieu. she's working with staff, going through the 2000 plus page health care bill. one thing she'll find is this, a sweetener they found to help persuade her. $100 million in medicaid assistance. still struggling from katrina. she's concerned about the cost of the party's health care bill. still, she seems to be leaning toward voting for starting debate. it's why democratic leadership sources are going from cautious to confidence that they will get the 60 votes needed to start debate. richard and betty. >> there's wrinkles buried in the senate bill. it's a 5% tax on cosmetic surgeries. it includes botox and breast
-day, holiday tv weekend, starting thanksgiving morning. >> president obama hosts his statistic state dinner next week for the prime minister of india. the indian ambassador to the u.s. spoke wednesday at the peterman institution for economics. this is about an hour. >> as i am sure all of you know, dr. sync -- sink is not only one of the great economic reformers in history, but a world leader in thinking about economics, economic policy and cooperation between india and the rest of the world. he happens to be a close personal friend of mine. i have had lunch in his home, dinner in his home in delhi. it is also a great source of pride for us communists to see the occasion in which one of our breed becomes a head of government, and in this case very successfully so. so we are all looking forward to his visit to washington next week. we thought, therefore, it would be particularly appropriate to have this session as part of the become, preparation, planning and thinking about the upcoming meetings between dr. singh and president obama. we are, therefore, very honored that the amle has joined u
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 86 (some duplicates have been removed)